A group of USC students, led by the Conservation Voters of S.C., visited Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg to weatherize two portable classrooms as a way of helping the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially recoup some money.
A group of USC students, led by the Conservation Voters of S.C., visited Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg to weatherize two portable classrooms as a way of helping the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially recoup some money. C Michael Bergen mbergen@thestate.com
A group of USC students, led by the Conservation Voters of S.C., visited Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg to weatherize two portable classrooms as a way of helping the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially recoup some money. C Michael Bergen mbergen@thestate.com
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